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Rabbi Tests 770 Bochurim

Israeli 'kevutza' bochurim learning in the 770 Yeshiva in Brooklyn were tested Thursday on their studies for Smicha rabbinical ordination by Rabbi Yitzchak Yehuda Yeruslavsky of Kiryat Malachi. More

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The test was not exclusively for Isreali Kvutza bochurim, nor for Bochurim in 770. There were a significant amount of bochurim that learned elsewhere & of different nationalities who were tesed.

Mazel tov!
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Mazel tov!

Well done boys!!! May u go from strength to strength with all the Rebbe’s brochas!!

Not kevutza
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Not kevutza

Not kevutza or 770, but it was on thursday.

Hope he tested well!
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Hope he tested well!

Some years back, I see a young shochet doming melicha in a closed bucket!,
I told him that whatever he just salted is now treif as melicha must be done on a slanted board and / or with holes so the blood can drain off.
He said he didnt know as he was tested only on shechita, not on melicha!

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If I remember correctly – is there not a certain time for meat to become traif even if it was salted incorrectly?
Does it become traif immediately as soon as you put on the salt? Wouldn’t it take some time for it to become traif?

Mazal Tov!
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Mazal Tov!

Rabbi Yehuda Smith

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correct, but if this shochet wanted to salt the meat properly, he must have let it sit in its own blood & salt for the required time, which would render the meat traif.

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the time is very short, the time it takes for water to boil, which would be just minutes…
see Yorah deah 69, seif 18 for more details

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